Os presentamos a Sara Puhto, la instagramer que quiere mostrar a todo el mundo, la mentira de Instagram


Su nombre es Sara Puhto, y podríamos denominarla, como la Instagramer antiInstagram. Y es que esta modelo de Fitness ha decidido utilizar sus redes sociales para contar la realidad tras las fotos que vemos en Instagram. basicamente meter barriga, posar estratégicamente y photoshop... Con estas fotos trata de hacer ver a la gente que lo que vemos en las redes es en esencia mentira y que esos ideales de belleza son poco menos que ciencia ficción.

Su idea a la hora de empezar a mostrar estas fotos combinadas ha sido denunciar la locura en la que se está convirtiendo el Bloggin Fitness.

"Con estas fotos no quiero derribar a las modelos de Fitness, sino apoyar a todas las mujeres para que se sientan cómodas con su cuerpo" ha declarado.


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Instagram booty 🌿 Theres such a huge obsession with having a big booty and getting the perfect insta pic nowadays. All these Instagram photos of perfect bums used to make me insecure about mine and felt like I needed to gym like crazy to have one as well. But with majority of these photos it all comes down to posing. I had to sit in the most uncomfortable and unnatural position to get the left photo. Let’s not even get started on the pain of this bikini wedgie. I remember going to the beach and stressing about not looking good in photos or seeing a bad photo and thinking “omg this is the worst thing. I shouldn’t be in a bikini.” But don’t let small things like this get to you. Getting a good insta picture and likes don’t dictate your worth. Getting a specific body type won’t suddenly make you happy. You’ll always find a reason to be unhappy unless you work on appreciating yourself and the body you have now first. You have to realise that you are a person with insecurities like everyone else. Your body is incredible the way it is and we really are our own worst critics. So don’t be so hard on yourself. Don’t change your body. Change the way you look at your body. This is a thing I also have to work on. 🌴☀️ ------------------------------------------ . . . #loveyourbody #selfesteem #lawofattraction #thankyourbody #youareworthit #youareunique #flaws #insecurities
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Instagram isn’t reality 🌿 It’s really frustrating when you’re having a bad body image day and you take photos of yourself and can only focus on the bad photos and all the “flaws” you see in them. It’s difficult to get out of a bad body image rut. Especially when we compare our everyday bodies to posed and seemingly flawless photos on social media. Its hard to control our thoughts and lately I’ve been thinking things like “you shouldn’t be eating that. You looked better before. You should work out more”. These thoughts aren’t productive. Stop bullying yourself into thinking you aren’t allowed to enjoy life. Nobody is flawless and everyone has “bad photos” we just choose what and what not to share on social media in order to put out a good image of ourselves. You are beautiful the way you are, including the “bad” photos because they’re still you and you’re amazing. Don’t obsess too much over these things and miss out on all the amazing things in life that are right in front of you. 🌴☀️ ------------------------------------------ . . . #candidphoto #instagramvsreality #mybody #flatstomach #loveyourbody #selfesteem #lawofattraction #thankyourbody #youareworthit #youareunique
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Arm fat 🌿 Ive noticed a lot of people pose in ways to make their arms look smaller and get highly insecure when their arms look bigger than normal. Due to weight gain, I’ve been highly aware of how I pose my arms in photos to make them look smaller. I would call myself fat and tell myself I look gross whenever they did look big in photos. But we have to remember that arms have fat and muscle on them and will look different in different postures and poses. Don’t view one as negative and the other as positive. Allow yourself to realise that other people don’t see us how we see ourselves. They don’t see the negative thoughts and insecurities we have. We don’t see theirs. We are over critical of ourselves and let that negative voice in our heads make us feel ugly. It’s possible to ignore that voice and avoid constantly looking at yourself negatively. Become aware of how lovely you are as a person. How amazing you truly are and that these things you pick apart are not as bad as you make them out to be. Realise that these things are actually completely normal and human. You are great the way you are and that negative voice can’t tell you otherwise. Don’t obsess too much over these things and miss out on all the amazing things in life that are right in front of you. 🌴☀️ ------------------------------------------ . . . #effyourbeautystandards #lovewhoyouare #beconfident #iambeautiful #flawsandall #bodypositive #nobodyshame #embracethesquish
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Bad body image days 🌿 Lately I’ve been having bad body image days. Everyone has days where they look at themselves and just see the negatives. I was struggling to get a good “Instagram” photo because I’m not as lean as I used to be. But I realised that even though I’ve been struggling to have the same positive viewpoint of my body that I’ve had majority of the time, there will always be ups and downs and you can’t possibly expect yourself to be completely content with what you see everyday 24/7. So here’s a reminder that it’s normal for your tummy fat to bunch up. It’s completely normal to gain weight and have difficulty accepting it because of the obsession society has with weight loss and being fit. But we shouldn’t have to stress about looking as lean as possible. Or stressing about normal things like tummy fat bunching up. We should be able to love and accept the body we have whether it’s like the left or right photo. You don’t need to constantly suck your tummy in and sit uncomfortably in order to look smaller. We need to realise that having bad body days is okay, as long as you acknowledge that it’s a bad day and those negative thoughts aren’t a true reflection of yourself. Your body is amazing no matter how it looks because it allows you to live and experience life 🌴☀️ ----------------------------------------- . . . #instagramvsreality #changethewayyouthink #focusonyourself #bodygoals #idealbody #powerofpositivity
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Chasing “perfection” 🌿 I’ll never look like the photo on the left, no matter how well I eat or workout. Sure I could get plastic surgery to look this way but what’s the point? I grew up wanting to have a curvy body and wanted a boob job. I was obsessed with the idea of looking like this and hated the body I had. I’ve wasted so many years wishing I looked different. Comparing my body to everyone’s on Instagram. But I started realising that a lot of people Facetune and photoshop their photos, it’s so easy to just open an app and spend 10minutes changing how you look completely and cause someone to wish they looked like that too. Don’t compare your body to anyone else’s and don’t wish you had anyone else’s body. You are unique and your uniqueness adds to your beauty. Your body is amazing even if you don’t believe it all the time. Even just realising and acknowledging this is enough sometimes. Don’t waste your time wishing you looked like someone else when you could spend that time learning to love the beautiful body you have 🌴☀️ ----------------------------------------- . . . #photoshop #lovewhatyouhave #stopcomparing #betruetoyourself #ownwhoyouare
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Instagram vs reality 🌿 Society has put this idea in our minds that abs and having a flat tummy is the end goal, that that’s what perfection and beauty looks like and what we should strive for. I thought if I have abs I’ll never have tummy fat. They don’t tell you that having tummy fat is normal and that it’ll always be there. They tell you to get rid of it and be insecure about it. Nobody ever teaches you to love and accept it. Everyone has tummy fat and it’s completely normal, you don’t have to stress out about it. Next time you feel your tummy against your thighs or bunching over your jeans, instead of hating your body and thinking you need to lose it in order to feel better, realize that it’s completely normal and there is absolutely nothing wrong with it. It doesn’t change your worth, intelligence, competence or personality. You are amazing the way you are and don’t need to constantly put so much pressure on yourself to look a certain way that has been idealized into your mind. You are worthy and good enough just the way you are. 🌴☀️ ----------------------------------------- . . . #instagramvsreality #tummyfat #selflove #loveyourbody #spreadlove #lifelessons #stopcomparing #youaregoodenough
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Not a workout before and after 🌿 Don’t believe before and after photos on sketchy low calorie diets and workout plans with promises for absurd amounts of weight loss with crazy amounts of booty gains. Don’t think that these things will help you love your body. Because they won’t. Majority of the time it’s photoshopped or all up to posing. The smallest amount of posing can change our bodies drastically. We have to be aware of this when we find ourselves comparing our relaxed bodies to posed photos in media. Or when we see bad pictures of ourselves and think that we haven’t made any progress in the gym or when we think that we look bad. Because that’s not true. You just think you look bad because of what society has made you think looks bad. You are actually absolutely amazing the way you are from every angle, pose and lighting. You don’t need to change your body in any way because there is already beauty in all aspects of you, you just need to believe it. 🌴☀️ ------------------------------------------ . . . #transformationtuesday #loljk #justposing #youareworthy #bodyposi
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Size doesn’t matter 🌿 Size is such a weird thing. It has affected me for years, I was obsessed with it. I thought I was only “worthy or beautiful” when I was a size XS. I’d always end up trying to squeeze my body into size XS clothing, having break downs when they didn’t fit or when I went up a size. We’re bombarded with diets that say “go down x amount of sizes in x amount of weeks!” We’re always told to try reduce our size. We’re never told that we should be confident in our bodies. Or that we should wear whatever size fits and not let that size affect how we feel. The size of your clothing does not determine your health. Your size doesn’t determine your worth. Your size doesn’t determine your beauty. It’s just a size. Different types, materials, brands and shapes of clothing will fit the same body in different sizes. That change in size doesn’t all of a sudden change your health, worth or beauty. So why do we let a insignificant thing like size affect us? It is just a size. Nothing else. Sizes vary. Change your mindset from “I wish I was that size” to “I don’t care what size I wear because I know I’m worthy and beautiful regardless.” Because that’s the truth bb. 🌴☀️ ------------------------------------------ . . . #sizedoesntmatter #losehatenotweight #dietculture #healthateverysize #antidiet
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Perfection 🌿 It’s crazy how the smallest movements and positioning of our bodies can make us feel so different about how we see ourselves. Why do we let such small things get to us so intensely? Whether it be a photo or catching your reflection or looking in a mirror and not liking what you see. Having a little thing like a number on a scale change how you feel. These things make us obsessed. Why do we give these things the power to do this to us? We strive for this idea of perfection that doesn’t even exist. Next time these things happen, ask yourself why you care so much. Ask yourself who benefits when you think these negative thoughts about your body. Challenge yourself to let go and realise that it does not matter as much as you think, and that you can and are able to accept yourself as you are now. Everyone has bad days. Everyone has “flaws”. Everyone has insecurities. Don’t forget to appreciate what you have until it’s too late. Life is short and unpredictable. We only get one chance at it. Don’t live everyday hating what you see. Allow yourself to realise there’s more to life than constantly worrying about how you look. 🌴☀️ ------------------------------------------ . . . #bodyconfidence #losehatenotweight #bopo #bikinibody #confidenceiskey #loa #lifeisshort
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“Bad photos” 🌿 You know when someone takes a photo of you and you just weren’t ready for it, or just feel like you look “bad” in it. Even if it’s a group photo, or a photo of you in a bikini at the beach with your friends, you shouldn’t have to suck in your tummy to be happy with a photo. You shouldn’t feel the need to delete a photo of a good memory where you’re doing something fun just because you feel like you look bad. We are our own worst critics. I can guarantee you don’t look as bad as you think you do. You wouldn’t say the mean things you say to yourself to your Best Friend. So why do you think it’s okay to say something like that to yourself? My body is NEVER as small as it is on the left without sucking in. And I’m not about to go walking around sucking in my tummy to the point that I can’t breathe properly just to look “smaller”. It will never be this small when I relax my body. That is okay. We see photos everywhere glorifying this idea that we need to be as small as possible to be beautiful. That’s not true. Don’t think that you need to look like someone else. Don’t think that your body needs to look any particular way, other than what your body looks like now because it is absolutely amazing the way it is. 🌴☀️ ------------------------------------------ . . . #effyourbeautystandards #bodyfat #bekindtoyourself #findyourhappiness #workonyourself #losehatenotweight
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